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    Organ Donor in Texas

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    Who Can Register to be a Donor?

    Anyone can register to be an organ donor. And the state makes it really simple to do from home if you don't want to make the trip to a Department of Public Safety (DPS) office.

    Registering in Person

    The Donate Life Texas Registry is the official state site for registering to be an organ, tissue, or eye donor. You can still register to be a donor at your nearest DPS office when you apply for or renew your driver's license or ID. But if you are short on time, skip to the next section of this page to find out more about registering online, by mail or by fax.

    If you take care of your donor registration at your local DPS office, you'll receive a confirmation letter and registration card in the mail. By that time, you'll have been officially entered into the registry.

    Registering Online, By Mail, or By Fax

    Online registration is an easy, time-saving option. Simply follow the instructions provided to sign up.

    Or, register by completing the downloadable Donate Life Donor Registration Form (also available in Spanish) and mailing it to:

    • Donate Life Texas
    • 5489 Blair Road
    • Dallas, TX 75231
    You can also fax the form to (713) 349-2588 or (210) 614-2129.

    Making a Change to Your Registration

    Donate Life makes it easy to make any modifications online.

    Simply visit the official site and at the bottom of the Donor Registration page you'll see your option to modify. After completing the modification, you'll get a confirmation letter via mail. You must sign and return the letter in order to make the change official.

    Save a life by becoming an
    Organ Donor in Texas

    Make a difference. Register to donate your organs, eyes or tissues.

    Register Now >
    True or False

    Doctors don’t work with the same urgency to save your life if they know you’re an organ donor.

    True False

    False

    Every doctor's first priority is to save your life regardless of your organ donation status.

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